Amazon Rainforest Fire for 3 Weeks

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 Amazon Rainforest Fire for 3 Weeks


Overseas Network, Aug. 25, for days, the Amazon Rainforest, known as Lung of the Earth, suffered a huge forest fire, which has not been extinguished so far. Amazon Rainforest continued to fire caused global concern, many foreign netizens even shouted Amazon company founder Bezos, hoping he can help fire fighting.

Amazon Forest Fire has touched the hearts of people all over the world, and many people have expressed their concerns through social media, according to the US website Business Insider reported Wednesday. Some netizens specifically asked for help from Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.

According to Twitter users, Bezos is the founder and CEO of Amazon, a business giant. The company he founded is named Amazon. Amazon has a market capitalization of billions of dollars, and Bezos has become the richest man in the world. He hopes he can help extinguish the fire with his wealth and influence.

The Amazon rainforest fire has been burning for three weeks. (Source: Capitol Hill)

Amazon Rainforest is located in the Amazon Basin of South America, covering 5.5 million square kilometers, accounting for half of the worlds total rainforest area, and is the largest rainforest on the earth. The rainforest spans eight South American countries, 60% of which are in Brazil. Every July, Brazil enters the dry season, which is also the peak period of forest fires. Foreign media reported that the Amazon rainforest fire continued to burn for three weeks. At present, the area of the fire has exceeded 800,000 hectares. Brazils president said he would send federal troops and military equipment to help fight fires. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Wang Ning_NB12468

Amazon Rainforest is located in the Amazon Basin of South America, covering 5.5 million square kilometers, accounting for half of the worlds total rainforest area, and is the largest rainforest on the earth. The rainforest spans eight South American countries, 60% of which are in Brazil. Every July, Brazil enters the dry season, which is also the peak period of forest fires.

Foreign media reported that the Amazon rainforest fire continued to burn for three weeks. At present, the area of the fire has exceeded 800,000 hectares. Brazils president said he would send federal troops and military equipment to help fight fires.